Local First Responders Lean on Each Other to Help F-M Community
F-M Ambulance does the ground work and communicates with Fargo Sanford Airmed team members
FARGO, N.D.– National EMS Week is wrapping up and F-M Ambulance and Fargo Sanford Airmed are honoring the hard work their first responders put in all year long.
A senior director with F-M Ambulance says some days crews respond to more than 100 calls.
F-M Ambulance does the ground work and communicates with Airmed team members to airlift patients to a higher level of care.
A Fargo Sanford Airmed manager says this week is an honor.
“It’s definitely a team effort,” Fargo Sanford Airmed manager Heather Lundeby said. “We aren’t able to land a helicopter on the ground without having first responders there coordinating a landing zone and prepping the patients. So, it really takes a group effort and everyone needs to be a part of the team.”
National EMS week ends this weekend.